"There are limits to what China can do" without facing "consequences" from the United States, asserts Council President Ivo Daalder on MSNBC with Andrea Mitchell.
Nonresident Senior Fellow Paul Heer analyzes former Australian prime minister Kevin Rudd’s take on US-China relations in the National Interest.
What does China’s economic slowdown mean for the world? UC San Diego's Victor Shih joins Deep Dish to discuss.
Republicans are more concerned about China's rise than ever before.
Tanvi Mandan and Srinath Raghavan unpack India’s foreign policy calculations between Russia, China, and a unified West.
Nonresident Senior Fellow Cécile Shea unpacks China’s table stakes in the Russia-Ukraine conflict and more on WBEZ’s Reset.
Fifty years ago, US President Richard Nixon traveled to China and established the basis for a normalization of relations between the two powers. Are we due for another transformation?
“The most important lesson from the Ukraine crisis regarding Taiwan is not for Beijing or Taipei, but Washington,” writes Paul Heer in the National Interest.
“Western powers possess the innate strength necessary to contain Russia and outcompete China,” writes Ivo Daalder in Foreign Affairs.
Actions by other players—including China’s neighbors and the United States—are key drivers of Beijing’s perception of the international environment and responses to it, Paul Heer explains.